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4 5

Just right from Chrome. Terrific nappy green cotton mix fabric. Too cool for school key zip on the sleeve and pass through pocket in the back. Well fitting. 6ft, 180, size large fits after washing. I really like it. Made in China.

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2 5

It sits a bit low on me and has a bit of a waggle because of the high center of gravity. And silly heavy. I don't like it and I prefer my Kask that's made in Italy. This one is made in China.

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Not really lined or unlined, but Roubaix or no Roubaix, and then if Roubaix, what weight? Some have an outler windtex, or equivalent layer, but generally not knickers, only full tights. Roubaix, or equivalent knickers are good down to 40ish, depending upon your tolerance. Non roubaix, or equivalent, good down to 50ish. But so much depends upon wind, and how cold is the wind, your exertion, etc. Generally, I think you want a good pair of non Roubaix knicks and a pair of Roubaix knicks and go from there as you determine what your tolerances are. If you buy them and ride much at all, you'll wear them.

1 5

The attachment doesn't work. Buy it, fill it with expensive tools, then get home one day and find it missing. Dumb. I lost a bag in less than a week. I had purchased a second coupler for my other bike. What a waste. An expensive waste. Dumb.

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4 5

This jacket gets kudos for a clever build (but that's expected from Mavic), of a super light weight, stuffable jacket for those cold mornings that turn into hot afternoons and you don;t want a heavy, non stuffable coat to put where when you don't need it?. Those cold, bloody cold, mountain descents at 11,000 feet, turning into hot 6 degree mile after mile ascents. Nice jacket. Not for rain. 6 ft, 180, XL. Made in China.

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5 5

Maybe a luxury to have roubaix bib shorts, but if you have them, you like them. The fit is nice, with a clever design chamois- fits your body, with not too much padding sticking up your back where it does no good. The legs are shorter than some others. Made in Italy. This brand rocks. Understated, well made, just right. Not full on winter (as you'd expect), but nice for those cooler morning rides when you want your, umm, parts, to remain unfrozen. 6ft, 180, size L. Agree the straps are not perfect- a bit thin. But nothing to dissuade you.

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